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  •  they say the darndest things, don't they? (4+ / 0-)
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    lindsay over at majikthise had this up the other day.
    what the reverend wiley s. drake hands out at his church;

    Under the heading, "HOW TO PRAY," he listed all 31 verses of Psalm 109, in which King David appeals to divine justice. Drake provided his congregation the King James Version of the psalm, including Verse 9, which says: "Let his children be fatherless, and his wife a widow."

    old school death threat, eh?

    Sometimes selfishness even gets to be a cause, an organized force, even a government. Then it's called Fascism. - Born Yesterday

    by rasbobbo on Tue Aug 28, 2007 at 02:13:53 PM PDT

    •  Saw it, and this distresses me to no end (7+ / 0-)

      Seeing as Baptist churches have historically been the earliest targeted by the Assemblies for steeplejacking (not just the SBC, but Reformed Baptist congregations as early as the 1910s and 1920s in eastern Europe), it is very worrying to me to see an SBC pastor (in fact, the third in command of the entire denomination) essentially spewing Assemblies-style "hexing in the name of Christ"--there are, sadly, more and more signs (especially near the seminaries) that the denomination's original steeplejacking is being solidified to the point that (if it is not checked) I really do expect the SBC to essentially become Assemblies of God Lite.

      (And yes, these kinds of imprecatory prayers are very, very, very common in the Assemblies :P)

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